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Dr Adrian Barnardo

Consultant Gastroenterologist
BMedSci(Hons), BM, BS, MD MRCP

Practising at

Spire Alexandra Hospital

Spire Tunbridge Wells Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Adrian Barnardo at Spire include:

Gastroenterology

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Professional profile

Dr Barnardo studied medicine at the University of Nottingham, during which time he also completed a BMedSci(Hons). He qualified in 1994 and undertook gastroenterology training at the Institute of Liver Studies, Kings College Hospital, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital and Brighton and Sussex University Hospital.

He undertook research into MARS therapy (liver assist device) and the haematological complications of liver disease whilst at The Institute of Liver Studies, Kings College Hospital. He has presented the results of this and other research nationally and internationally and was awarded his MD in 2009 for this work.

He undertook a prestigious hepatology NTN at the Peninsula Liver Centre in Plymouth where he further developed his hepatological and endoscopic training.

He was appointed consultant physician and gastroenterologist in 2009 at St Mary's Hospital, Isle of Wight. Whilst at St Mary's he was the Royal College of Physicians tutor, upper gastrointestinal cancer lead and training lead for endoscopy. He moved back to Medway in 2012.


Clinical Interests

Colonoscopy
Bowel disease
Gastroenterology
Gastrointestinal cancer
Inflammatory bowel disease


Private contact details

Telephone 01634 662822 / 845
Private secretary Gillian Rolfe
Private secretary telephone 01622 538119 / 538120
Private secretary email admin@medicalsecserv.co.uk
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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

British Society of Gastroenterology
American Gastroenterology Association
British Medical Association

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Current NHS posts

Consultant physician and gastroenterologist, Medway Maritime Hospital

Honorary consultant endoscopist, Brighton and Sussex University Hospital

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